'h Carolina Wat chman,
STABlislIED IN THE TEAR 183$
- - 1 :. 2 i -Tfcr i vrtf . if
r , , . ., ff.
f. -1 .trusteed :-:!'
ALEOf. flEAL EST Al
Lv wirtiifl nf aMortsrase or
D Tntpd bf John C.
wr tr T.uke Bluckmcr.
Deed in Trust,
Connor "and Sallie
dated the 8th
fist of ApriL 1874, and. registered in the
fcfifee of Register bf Deeds of Rowan coun
7 in 'Book INoSfcS, page nu, ,,-., uu "i
J, ."i i i...u tii mala T mill PinOSB
hicn aeiauiii was ucct ...--r---
b sal at public auction, at the Courthouse
l door in the town oi pansum j, s i
m the Wi dajr ofarch,
11882 ?at fi o'clock, A.M., the following es
Atntctof Land consisting of
Wfiftl-wi& cuynJe 4nm w!tTar-ttS1
If Aleck -Millf Jesse KTutts. and. others, appreciatiTe
Subject to, jneiie esiuie jjui
kl one-sixtfij part' of the, land formerly
owned oj jothi ij. ncm, ""-""0
the lands ef Peter W. Ilairslon, James B.
Craige and otlilrs. ' :
. Terms Cash;! Dated at Salisbury this 1st
davof February, 1882. :
i7:4t If VlLUKE RLACMER, Trustee.
Blaine to the President. ;
congress but it would not touch oar dig-1 '
The Senate'i i about to discuss whether
or not it approves of tho pension fraud.
Beyond the philanthropic aud Chris- 4 Our North Carolina Senators .voted against What an
fercuce devoted to peace mi "7 T,
't . t. m- 11 1.'.... ni'ifa iranarallr CnmniiBCimfar Iliinloir
tor macenai aavaniages as ,i.uo icouil u ( naya uuu uunng niu iicn ituy-uvc ;. jir, Jretcr fJNeglcy, United btales
a better nnderstanding aud closer friend- j yea,:a it ake oufc of tbe treasury J wWftnf TwLnwr f n..li;mAM
ship with the nationsof JAmer.J At J A billion and a . third of f i . Baltimore, has
bresent the condition of trade beteeu fj. . written the following pain lancuajre
the United States and' its American dollars ! Speatmg of this the Philadel- - i , b b-
i. .r..vL.t iTn.i i ..i im,v.,, !r?n .. . 'i Vot.iii.tr u to a Congressman in relation to the
Frdinghxrjsm Declared to be jrumttlating
riiA. mntiML r.pmrp. Fnrenrrn i annirirxji Tn..n oak
Protest Against Hie WUMrawal of the good will among in.n, we mjght well hope crats generallj. Comnnssiouer Dudley
- Invitations A .Danger to Our Finances.
To the Presides? qv the -United
States: . - ti -I , :- -
The suggestion of a congress of vail the
American nations to assemble in the city
of Washington for the purpose of agreer
ing on such basis of arbitration for inter
national troubles as would jemove . all
possibility of war on the yest,ern .hemis
phere was wannly approved by your pre
decessor. The assassination pn Jul 2nd
prevented h; issuing the invitations to
to the American States. After vour ac
cession to the Presidency!. I J acquaintedj
you wuu uie project . auu suumiuu w
About. IL '
ivpn dfnlomble. -Accordinff to t the ofii-
cial statistics of J bur Treasury Depart
ment the balance against n$ in that. trade
last year was $120,000,000 a sum great
er than the yearly product 0f all the gold
and silver mines in .the United States.,
This vast balance was piaid by u& in
foreign :. exchange, and a very large pro
portion; of i it went to England, where
shipments' of cotton, pijovisions and
breadstufis snnnlied the money. If any
thing should change or checik the balance
rrectTec6tgOToJiviiii Tha iinpst 'hnnmis kith Snanish
J j -
our commercial exchangos yvitli Spanish
AnieTiea would driin us of bur reserve of
gold coin at aratejexceedin$100,00A000
per annum and would probably precipi
tate a suspensionlof specie payment in
this country, Such a . result at home
might be worse than a little "jealousy
and ill will" abroad. I ,di not say,: Mr
President, that the ; holding of a peace
congress will necessarily change the cur
rents of trade j bit it will jbiiug us into
kindly relations With all the American
nations; it svill promote the reign of
peace and law and order j it will! in
crease production jand consumptionand
will "stimulate tle demand for articles
which I American manufacturers can, fur
nish with profit, jit will, at all events be
a -friendly and aiispicious beginning in
the direction of American influence and
American trade in a large field which we
SSTSliSr SS;&3P l lEt Tend, kooh U White Uto adrd MUru
consideration, and, after
carefully examining the form fof the invi
tation, directed; that it be seftt. "" It was
accordingly dispatched iu! November to
independent aroverumeuts of America,
North jand South, including nil. from Jhe i
emxire ot Biazil to the smallest liepuu
lics.'. '.';.. r ' i
Iu a communication addressed by the
present Secretary of State on j the 9th of
last month to Mr". Trescott and recently
sent to tbe Senate, I was greatly surprised
to find a proposition look ing, to the annul
ment of these invitations, and I was stiff
more surprised when I read the reasons
assigned. I quote Mr. Frelinghuysen's
language : - ; j '
"The United States is at peace witkall
the nations of the earth, and! the Presi
dent wishes hereafter to determine wheth
er it will conduce to that; general peace
which ho would cherish and promote, for
this government tOsCutcr into negotia
tions and consultation-for: the; promotion
of peace with selected iYieiuUjr uationali-
-it t ...i-.i:.. .ti.t
lies wunout eiiKuuuig u iiuo cuuiiueuce
to other pebplos with whm the United
States is on equally friendly terms.
If 6ueh partial confidence would create
jealousy aud ill -will, peace, the object j8pect, your obedient servant,'
BOUgiH bwtu.tvuamiauuu,, uum iiut I JAMES, tr. BLAINE.
be promoted. .-- - I i
The principles controlling the relations
rtf llif i-tnnllif nf this lii!ii?tliM-A with
other nationalities may, on injvestigation, I
be found to be so .well established that I Disappearance of the Parties who were Its
i-. ii i .i i : 1 . At. t: I - ', i
uuie wouiu uo guiucu ul iiiiSjiimo oy re- . Promoters.
opening a suoje-cc wuicu was not novel."
It rcorrectlv-annrehend the meaning
of these words, it is that we might offend wasmngwm
some European powers it we shouldjiold h bince Mr. l Uden was c
in the United btates a congress Ot the I t,fi Proaidp.nrv. to which he una lerfpl.
. -i . .i a.j.....: mi.:. I . t
I I .1 I I I 111 :i I I I If'H III Mllflll'l i . .
T. -..p. - . at man of u m j assisted in
" T : I ii.. j i ' ' j.. j
ted States to assume, and one which L ie iuijuuoub irauu uate guuv iu hii igut-
earnestly beg you will not perniit this I ble way to their long home Zack Chan-
government to ccupy. ri he European 1 dTer died miserably in a Chicago hotel;
needed, probably, to increase tho proof of present moqe of redeeming mutilated
most uniorcunaie auu recKies, n ooi coiu f i- .
actually corrupt, .management in tho x see it Stated by a correspondent
passage of such a measure aS that which at Washington that orders haw been
commits the country to the payment of . , .f, . ,. . ,
Wars of pensions but, if any further ,ss.aef t0 thf ctors of the several
evidence j be called for, these, frightful mints' of th6 United States to. redeem
figures would furnish it.v And yet we mutilated and defaced silver coin at its
are told that the law'cannot be; amended actual bullion value. That is faction-
so as to check fraud or lop off exeess,and al silver at about 70 cents on a dol-
that much less can it be repealed; while Ia and standard dollars at 80 or 85
we also hear from: Washington that more T , j..- ,. . -
measures of the kind are actually being Cntsf 1 hVf ve th,s 13 a government
urged on the attention of Congress. We by the people and for the. people, and
dare to deny, !onj. behalf of the honest that it is tie duty and prerogative
soldiers of the United States, who are 0fthe government to furnish the pub-
also: patriotic citizens, that they desire to Hc mwney !as a circulating medium.
Disappearance of the School-
c Kcllpscs in 1882.
In the year 18S2 there will be two
in our wholesale methods of teaching' pscs 01 'llc 8un aPd a transit of ?
fhf rirni- n. i . ?. 7 Venus over the disk
plunder the publia treasury by any such
measures of legislation."
It buys gold bullion and, coins it,
giving to it on its face its real value,
Fall, qp a Mountain Ledge. ykich it puts out in payment of its
The most remarkable result of the obligations, and which it redeems
faiti3 wliich ; have prevailed almost for dollar, less wastage aud ar-
coritinuously in this locality for the .lfnciaI abrasion. It buys silver bul-
past thirty days, occurred Friday. 1,on afc what it is selling for m the
The tallest peat on Buffalo mountain, markets ot the world ; puts about 85
which has been practically monopolized Roi. peak on acCount of its peculiar
by our commercial rivals jd Europe.! - . . . , , . .4 ,
As Mr. Frelingnuvseu's dispatch fore- formation, being a ledge of white rock
shadowing the abandonment ot the peace which towered several hundred feet,
i i 1 1 i . i
congress nas oeeu maue puuue uy a our .a , . . ,
direction, I deem it a matter of propriety fel1 w,th a ternfic crash' whlch was
and justice to give this letter to the press, heard for several miles around, and
I am, Mr. President, with great re- .. , , , cnrrrtni- ,.OI1,wr,r WM-
i -- 1 . .
The electoral Fraud.
about 76 cents -into a dollar of frac-
tioua! silver. It then puts these 85
dud 75 ccuts, worth of silver in cir
culation each for a dollar, -When
this coin becomes mutilated or defac-
the! whole surrounding country was cd it proposes to redeem itat80or75
almost overwhelmed with terror. It cents, less the valueof any mutilation
appears as if the whole end of the or defacement of the siver it forced
monntain had Cillen. It is said that npouj the people fur a dollar. It this
when the crash first occurred people honesty or dishonesty?
congregated and prayed to be deliv
ered from the falling mountains.
icated out of
imirorii a eanm 1I A 1 n rti rfi'nus ivln vr; I ... . . . . I
Ti 7 feeuator Morgan sliumeu Otl ins untra- trnnl. . . . , and if rPtmrU be
an olner.fc Knems to them of sufficient im-I r .. . . . . tinnu in ills, nouse, ana 11 repoits ue
pottanee to justify it; I lmve never: &'An i coU u5 couf denve ? it is likely tins theft was commi
heard of. their consulting the (government I mmi irom tue irauu j ucnerai uarueiu, McManus tjie Yomir wliito man wl
of t.ie United States in regard to the pro- I,o was, pretty deep m the. Eleetoynll d from Mecklenburg jail a few W
::jiZS-:iVZ:Slimilii u,cu rom.ui oiow oi an assas- flff- A colored man who knew
iWli 'I r ' ' 1 - - that theAmcrican pow
i:-i . - .... ...A .
:.. i ii. .1 t.. ci i.i
can representative to be present. Nor I """i " J . ri " "r"" nus says positively that lie saw
. , ... . i iirti : l t:. ji o i.i.i i i -
woixld tliere,m my judgment, be any .ncui x..iui pwg'-"l tuo neighborhbod last week.
gtKHt reason ior uieir bo uoiug. xwo away uuuosi . wuiioui u Bigu. auu yet A rpw-tnl i; n(Fid for Hie recovery of
kJ I.. I . - . I " "
o .L. - - tne ,eeoie old man at Ura.umercy f'ark, . fit , n nmnertv. or the arrest of the
The executive department of the
govei'nment is not responsible fortius
state of things. It is its duty to exe-
Heavy Loss. Last Thursday night cute Jaws, riot to make or repeal them.
Mr. P. T. Freelaud, living seven miles Congress, and Congress alone, is re-
north of Charlotte, had a horse stolen snni;h1. fn fi, w;sint:on tut fi.
from him and on the same night a broth- 1 , .. . ! i. r
... . , .!K.nA - , , r- veloped this infamous outrage upon
er of his had $300 in cash stoleu from a h . i L . f .
tNie tne lteoPle antl npon every principle
tted by of honesty.!
10 cs- -.. It ts the diitv of Contrress to at once
Cek8 1 Lnocin lam rtntli
Department to redeem all imperfect
oesn't lbok as thott":h he had a
Uzxhh Moniments and '.Grave-Stones cf
: r I w : Eery ; Doscripticn. - ,
I cordially SnTite the public generally
to an ihspectjn of my Stock antVWprk.
I feel justifie in asserting that my bast
einerieiice ulder first-class worknjen iu
all the .,nevet and modern styles, jand
that the wbriiiianship is equal to any of
. the best iu the country. I do nut ! sav
that .my wor is Superior to all others. I
' am reasonable, will not exaggerale iri or
der to.accomlish a sale. My endeavor is
to please and give each customer the val
ue of every dollar they leave with me.
PRICES 35 fto 50 Per Cent CHEAPER
thau ever offered in this.town before.
Call at once r send for price list and de
signs. Satisfaction guaraut'd or no charge.
- The erietron of niarbie is the last work
of respect which We pay to the memory
of departed friends. l' j
1 ' JOHN S. HUTCHINSON.
Salisbury, C.i -Nov. 1, 1881. j I -
' Blaeliir ail HeiiersoDj!
- and Solicitors.
? SALISBURY. N C.
Janoay22 1879 tt.
, : ' 5 - f 1 - ; -
: R IS a weckin your own town. $5 Outfit tree.
W U U AO rtskt' Kvpntfilnrr in. v.- nnr1t!il-ii. riv.
"jhulcs iaaiesicaKe as mucn as oen.
- na DOJS and Flrll ninVp crr-fnt rinv Vfoarlpr If rnn
a essat; wliicli you ca n ' mak e gTeat pay
" " wors, write ior particulars to
: v) . t IUIIaixett & Co.w rortland. Maine.
& DasTille R. B. Co.
POriDgNSEb SCHEDULES, i
TUALWS GOING SOCTU
Belie isle ti
AfBurievnie if i
Ar. A-L Jflnctl
t tkariotte fc
j So. 50 ,
lQ35a.m rii 5
1 9 10 -
l a is "
i - , 11 J2 V M
12 32p.m S 2 3r AM
12 40 " i; fi't "
4"0 " ; 7 00 "
5 00 " Ii 7 2'i "
9 25 "
11 14 "
! 11 15
t to be expedient
powers should nicetm
congress for the sole purpose! of. agreeing
upon some basis for arbitration of diner
encea that may arise betweeh them and 1 of the!
Ar the prevention, as far; as ( possible, of
war in thejuture. If that movement is
now to be arrested for fear it may give
olfenso in Europe, the voluutary humilia
tion of this governmenf cbuld not be it, almost a neuagenarian :
. i i . t ... it a ? - . I i
mores -complete unless. w.e snquiu peuuop, Ilayei but then he's too i3
day's life iu him, is stil as bright and
chipper to au fxtent, indeed, that some
gossips say he has his eye firmly
fixed on the' term which begins in '64 and
ends in '83, and which would leave him,
even if he should lire to see the end of
while as for
thief. Char. Olserver.
silver coins at their face value, less
loss py mutilation or defacement."
A istrcct Car which Carries Its
lege of holding the congress. I cannot
Claiming: too IV
Some lawyer has discovered that the old
Maryland law, requiring criminals To bo
hanged with a chain instead of a rope,
applies to the! District of Columbia, and
that to conform to this law Gnitcau must
The Chicago Tivxcs gives a descrip
tion! of a street car which carries is
own track, introduced in that city by
It is the excessive amount of system
in our wholesale methods of teaching'
that prevents the best, results in nnv
department." The pressure of quauti. A total ccliPS0 ofifhe sunMay i
tydoes not give the Wher timeo 17 not visible in America, the line
mould character. Dr. Arnold him- of,TtoUlity passing Across Africa' and ,
self could not have been Dr. . Arnold siand . visible as a partial eclipse 7
if he had been required by a board in Europe. ,j , - . . , j
of education to1 teach the greatest posj- t11- An annular eclipse of I the sun ,
sible amount of arithmetic and geogi Noveraler. 10, not visible in Ameri
raphy withingiventimej Itisprob tho principar phases being! ctn-
able that Dr. Arnold would have been fined to the southern portions of the :
considered wanting in the require- Pacific Ocean. j - j j 7
menti of an American'scliooi-teacher A transit of the planet.yenus L
of the present day.' It is certain tliat VYer lQTtaK tne-Bao,-on 'Ddcern -
he would have found himself helpless- 1 u vvlsloie mrougiiout the United f
ly trammeled, as many an inspiring States' There will be kur!contacU j
teacher finds himself trammeled, by f the circular disks or Jimbs of the !
the expectations of his employers. sunnd piaiiet, nameiy,a first exter-4
The teacher who would fain b less Dal contact of tl,e iHWd j then,
of a machine who would like to take a ; an ,nlervaI . about twenty-one
time to do some thorough training minutes time,"the second contact;
and to develop the men and women or firet terval contact will lake
of the futuregets no opportunity. place' Ar an interval of ibout six
He must bring -the largest possible hours the thirtl contact or. second in
crop of arithmetio and geography at tervaI Mct will: take pljice, and
theendof theyear;all his better work about enty-one minutes aftetthe
in building character will count for third the fourth contact or second
nothing with the "Board." Then external contact will complete the
tiiora M l.Kk.. :,i i transit. 'j i .. !
drive inte the already over-crowded
course some special study. The arts
of desien are often useful inabusil m.- nn.i ;- i fJ -v-.
, , . , -oiuu county i Aia.i uiaae very
ness way, therefore drawing shall be truly observes : "There i -noplace
universally exacted of the pupils. Mu- in the world where ironWbc made
sic is charming at home, therefore the 80 cheap a3 la Jefrerson pointy. Tho
vocal teacher must have place. In Eureka company-is' tnafong iron uow'
one Considerable city, a wealthy -tner- at a o eleveQ dojlars -
..l..-i. ! a!.. I l .i . I.
tuaui lu lue uoaru OI eaucauon, who and whfen tiiey gct botl furnaces in
iuuu teicgrapuy vaiuanie in nis own fan bast they wiU ma u afc
office, has succeeded in putting every 0f eight or nine dollirs ter ton.
auu gi iu me town to cncKing Where is there a place that SviU beat
eiegrapn Keys. that?, Wit d transport ion from !
But, no matter what is put into the Birmingham to Mobile; this city !
urse, it isare that anything is ta- should become the irrdatcst niannJ
ken out. The school-master finds no faoturing city in the tJnited States;1
pvuvvuieuiu bianu. xiis inui- We have water communication back:
viduaiity is utterly repressed. He is t0 the coai and ir0n fields,;the .only
a mere cogwheel in a great machine. 8afe and convenient hkrbor on the
He sinks down at last to the level Gulf of Mexico; fnd enjoy : belter1
mediocrity which machines always health than any. otlierjcity on the'
jj4wviivc, hc ucwuiw a uuaicr oL-ie continent.
sons, a marker of registers, a worker
for examination week. It is not chief
ly his fault that he does not do hrgh-1
er work. There is hardlv space for
it, and there is no market for it.
"Topics of the Time," Century,
Cheapest Iron la tho World."
end to speak swins from ?nui,K Bllt for seventy Iqapital stock of one million dollars,
eonceive how the United States could be;
placed in a less enviable position than
. '.i.i i... .1 i. .ir ,i i.. "t..
ber a cordial invitation to all f!ie Aineri- 1 . . .
can goverumeutH to meet in Washington. The other day the Rppublieabs at
for the sole purpose of concerting meas-f Washington were jubilant over defections
nres of peace, and in January recalling of prominent men from trie Democratic
ate "jealousy and ill-will" on thepart of Vtj. They claimed, with some show
monarchial governments' in; Europe. Iti of authority, that Col. Johnston and Ma-
would bo difficult to devise a more effect-! jor Price were "with us:" land thev also
: i ,v,i.:., ri. 1 . . I ?
i vU u.uuu iu! uiuMug cnun iu uic aiii claimed, and telegrams Were sent to
ican governments, and it would certainly ,r .. .;
not aTld to our prestige in the European Northern papers announcing thatj other
world. P Nor can I see, Mr. President ' Democrats as well were in the movement.
how European governments should feel I As far as we have reason to believe, there
"jealousy andill-wiir towards the Unitkever was any foundation for this flatter
ea states ueeauee oi an euun on uur pur i Rrafpmen.
tions of America, nnles indeed, it bo the In regard td Col. Lenoir
intyest of European powers that Ameri- few days ago an indignant denial, writtwi
can nations should at intervals falL into J tn his absence by one of his friends. We
years tney nave neen using ino rope
which answers the purpose so well that
everybody, bht the lawyers forgot all
about tire chain.
laindlwhose object is ta build one thou
it? , .
M 1 f . i It .1
uiq oi tnese cars anu piace mem up
on the streets of Chicago. The car,
jxyhichjis of the ordinary kind, is
-A Shre.venoi t. La.. 1 ,u "c iuiuhib uvu i. uvn.
dispatch saya there has been a heavy rain which sits on four wheels, each abou
fall there for ithe past 36 hours aud au one foot in I diameter. These wheels
overflow of the whole lower country run. 'around the inside of two steel
seems inevitable. The lakes above here t)ers, each ten feet in diameter, and
are higher than they have been for the I which rest upon tlie ground, and are
past six years and many plantations I held only to the car by a set of wheel-
above and below Shreveport are already clamps. The cans designed to hold
under water and the levees are giving fifty people, and the owners claim
awav. v ! I that the more it carries the easier it
runs. It will be stopped in the usu-
Mechanics to the Front,
Au Obdurate Wretch.
ng been employed in thje cotton
factory. We wish them both a suc
cessful career in their new I 'profes-f
we printed a
motive for American govemmen
at peace among themselvesj
1 he United States i 'indeed at peace
well say : but there are,! and have' been.
Renewed reports come from the south- al mannerJand two horses will be re-
era tier of comities in Illinois that the quired to pull it. The owners say
deplorable condition of the inhabitants they intend putting the cars upon tbe
produced by the scan ry crops of last year principal streets of the city, and plac-
continues', and that despite the relief ing! the cash fare at four cents and
. i t, f.wi,i i,r tlo snl lino thirtv rides for one dollar.
ts to be have had no communication from him, , . . A 1 4 -i a
I we take the liberty of saying that we feel PuWlc at hxrc tI,ere 18 8 ,H Tins is not a new idea. A man
named Randolph who married Loui
sa, only daughter of the late George
war and bring lenroach on republican A .i....i.f nn.f;nJ
tj I ii uiurnit uuv iiuui Vijivw. iti i viivuui . i 1 1 i i.i i
- I si I'iJauhI lV'tllr- nil1 n I Minn'L tm
stance 1 see an additional and poweriul uuuo w vy"1""1 mY .""o"
i ne unueci states is ;maeea at peace assured that uo one had any right to use
1 tU i.ii UIU'IU11M no Diiivuiigiiujcn.u I , . . . . ' ... O 1 1
uis uuuiq iu. ouvu a vviiijiiiiiuii. uuivuci
of help to prevent starvation.
A Canadian paper relates this story :
si oua troubles between other American Folk is not known as an a n.bitious aspi- 1 ,,.. r., oi;ler, constructed at this place,
... ,i..-i! - .1 i i .... . "... . , 1 "Nelsoa Brown; coins: alone the Lamp-1 p '
nations. ,i'eru, uu punvia uuve rant ior political nonors, duc is recognized i - v i..J.. vr nan k mrri.aae which ran on an
i ucii seiiieiueiit iuuu, nui oiuuu, wivi.i v o -
uia spt nnon bv a nack'of wolves and 1 endless ulank road beltv In other
- g I T A :
been for more than t wpyears engaged in
a desperate conflict. It wasithe fortunate
intervention of the. United States last
spring that averted-war between Chili
and the Argentine Republic! Guatemala
is at this moment asking the -United States
to intcrposejts good offices with Mexieo
IU ivcci Ull nai. i ulbq i iiuwiiuin mvta
were aU coinmunicated in your late mss
sage to Congress. It is the; existence, or
flie menace, of these wars that influenced
as one of the strongest and most accom-
i - .
plished members of our bari and probably
was as much surprised at seeing Jiis name
so improperly! used as we ourselves were.
6aved his life by climbing into a tree. WOrds, a carriage which laid for itself
Capt. Charles Price
His horse was eaten up, and not a bone
or fibre was left. to mark tho scene of the
feast, and thelieroof the occasion was
fouud in the tree next morning by some
passing Indians and rescued."
Greensboro North State
Col. Henry G. Williams says Hon.
President Garfield, and, as I supposed, ! Chas. Price called on him in Washington
in duenced yourself to desire a friendly J ,.,. i. 1lft,i "ni fi!j pPi,M,tlntl
couierence oi an tue uiu-iuiis ui ahiciui . . , . ,,r Ts.tr ,; -i
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W UV 1 U1CLIIUII3 lit UCI U1UI11TU It I'CULb nuu I - - i I . i ; - - , .ill
m,.nrnt nrostVeritV for all. Shall the said that he (Price) made a mistake in Uted and sixty-four, and the total loss
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The final figures about last fall's forest
fires in Michigan make the number of
houses burned one thousand four hun-
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Uintctl states uow turn DatK, uoiu aiooi taKing any position antagonistic .to tire p,io,oua, uismuuieu iuuuS unto
and refuse. to exert its gjeatl moral power regUiar Democratic organization in North 8and and seventy-five families. The con
for -the advantage of its weal neighbor Caroliua that Jie iniended to 'go tributins -for the sufferers have been
It you have jrft formally and finally le- . , . . ...I , . . .. a mininT na ,,alf aa nmch moro
fho iriTifnfiniift to tne iMace con-I "vik u iiuo i - r-
cress. Mr. President, I beg you to consider I with the old party.
well the effect ot so aoing. iuo mviui- -
tion was not mine. It was yours. I per- A Washington lady has engagedi rooms
fortned only' the part of the; secretary, to at wormiey'4 for her dog,
advise and to draft. You Spoke in the
naL of the United States to each pf th meals served to it as -regu
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7 2T p.M4 indenendent nations of America:
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voke that invitation lor any cause wou
and has its
regularly as any
To rei-1 other dignitary there.
bo embarrassing; to revoke It for th It is worth remembering that nobody cn
avowed fear of "jeasousy arid ill will" ori joys the nicest surroundings if in bad health.
tlx part ot 'European powers wuld ap- There are mserable people I about to-day
peal as little to American pride as to with one foot' in therave,whcna lxttleof
American hospitality, j Those you Have I Farker s umger 1 onic wouiaj ao mem more
invited , may decline, and, haying now I good than all; the doctors and medicines
o i...,ut- th-ir wrnme . will, nerr I tnev nave ever x-rieu. .oee auy.
hapr, do o. This Mould lreak up the i Ocl3-Novl3. : .A
a plank road, hinged together in sec
tions and working over and under
the trncks,! like a belt as it was drawn
forward by horses. Owing to imper
fectj constrticjon it was not a success,
requiring more ppwer to run it than
conimou four wheel wagons.
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1 Petersburg, Ya., Feb. .7. The
canil and water pbwer at Weldon, N.
C.,1ias been soldTto Robert Peebles,
of Korthaltiptou county, for $17,500.
is needed to j see them through till next A Cotton tactory to cost $ow,uw is
season's crops are harvested. tobf erected for the new purchaser.
Gen. Malione is siiid to be the rischest
muq in Virginia i and smokes dollar
cigars. Perhaps' that is what broke the
Atlantic, Mississippi & Ohio railroad.;
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Marvin the polygamist, leads tho choir
in the Virginia penitentiary. When not
leading the choir he fs engaged in trying
to saw his wpy out through the bars of
his cell. CJtar. Obssrrer. .
Atlanta Constitution : We recently had
a paragraph about cookoline, a new. com
bination of cotton seed, oil for cooking
purposes. Since then we have had au
opportunity of testing the genuine arti
cle of that Diiiue) and it appears to be all
that is claimed for it.
Jews are settling in
By a telegram received; here lat
evening we learn that 3IcssrsE. H.
King and John Cr Davis, two young
gentlemen from Wilmington, passed
their examination before the Supreme'
Court and have boer! ' admitted to
One of the bet and most appropri- practice jaw in the seterai courts of
ate things we have heard in a.long the State. Both tliese yentleiaen are
time, occurred last month in a neigh- mechanics and had been working at
boring town. It was court week, the their respective trades Up to te time
last day of the term, the court vas tiiQr ieft for Raleigh M'ri ! Davis
the JaU in the district, Christmas hoi- j ,avir
idays were near at hand and every
body, judge, jury and officers were all
in u hurry to get away. ' Just previ-
ous to the adjournment oi the court,
Capt. Swift Galloway, the solicitor The American Register says : Mr. '
for the district, arose iu his place, his Blaine came Into Congress tome fif-
tall figure overlooking those around teen or twenty years) ago. in very ,
him, and pointing his long forefinger moderate circumstanced He hat liv-"
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iu iuc air, iu mat ucrp Dcpuiuaiui eu Illgll, SDQ lO iue mil CXieu OI IlIS
voice which he sometimes affects, said, salary, as every one knows, and he
"may it please your Honor, I move leaves office a millionare, as is said :
that the clerk of this court be placed at all events, a man of large wealth,
under a bond of $1,000" and here The mystery fs how he made and ac-J
the speaker turned his head and point- cumulated his . wealth. ; .Ostensibly -ing
his finger meaningly at Mr. B., the manner of the acquisition is :un- ;
added "to get married before the next known. The people have a right to
(Atm r C fliio innif " Tlinra iroa o rron. r t two trw i rn11iv tno r i r I riA ri w
eral laugh all round, and then Judge of the Government for his services, I
Shipp, pointing his finger at Mr. B., obtained a large; fortune, if Rhe does i
said, "I have already aken jiidgmeut acquire it when so engager), j j : j ' "
nisi on him. He must either get mar- Why, he "speculatetl." ! j , 1
ried in thirty days or go to jail." , ,f.Vji i , 1 ; '1
Thoro ms nn inprMfift of laiiahfer In NashvilleJast week occurred an i
which amounted to an immense shout instance of expeditious j punishment
in which everybody joined, when Mr. of a thie A farmerj was robbedof
B., who, by the way, is a gallant gen- several hundred dollars in the morn-
tleman and an lmmeuse favorite eve- igj the thief was apprehended at
ry where, pulliug his tall figure off his odn, indicted X)y the. grand fjury,
chair, made a very profouud bow to and at 3 o'cloek iq the afternoon had
the Court and replied, "May it please been tried and convicted, in the
your Honor, I believe Til go to jail." Criminal curt, and sentenced to five
: " " M' c ' ' fears in the penitentiary. Such sura
The Philadelphia Times observes : m?ry punishment more frequently in-
uiciea wouia exercise a uenenciai
"The people who insist that we ought
to thrash .Chili, subjugate Mexico,
annex Canada, set Ireland free and
capture the north pole, dead or alive,
might do well to remember that this
country hva .good deal bigger than ts
effect on the criminally rticlined.!
Col. Ricks, of Mississippi, is the second
This season's ice crop on the Kennebec 1 largest planter iu the South, and employs
rivci- is estimated at 1,300,000 tons. 1,000 men. ;
. The Hon. Charles McLdaii, greeni-i
back member, of the MassaehusetU :
legislature; who Was formerly a gard-i
.. i . . it; J'tS..t.f ;sj I
cner . on tne estates oi j tne xm&e oi
Argyl, was Tuesday arraigned m the
municipal court at Bostau as a com
mon drunkard, and senteuced to inv
prisonmeht for three months